There are 2,500 known flea species.
Trees are perennial herbaceous plants that are among the largest land plants.
Sachin Tendulkar, an Indian former cricketer, is the highest run-scorer in both Test matches and ODI.
Most of the Kayans are Catholic.
Dalmatia is also known for its numerous vineyards.
The image of the lighthouse was preserved on coins dating back to the period of its existence.
Sushi was once so valued, it was used to pay taxes.
The source of the Nile, sought after for thousands of years, turned out to be the Kagera River.
It is likely that climate changes in the region were responsible for the development of the plague in Asia.
The problem with the statue was that Lennon's glasses kept disappearing.
The French feel the ownership of the painting because after the death of the master Leonardo, his sisters sold the "Mona Lisa" to the French King Francis I.
In 1959, the revolutionary leader Fidel Castro became prime minister of Cuba.
In the 18th century, lemon was very popular as a treatment for scurvy.
The body absorbs curcumin better in the presence of piperine.
Since 1523, the abbot of the sanctuary was appointed directly by the King of France.
They are big birds.
The statistical German consumes over 140 liters of beer a year.
There are more than 4,000 islands on the Congo River.
The currency in Russia is the ruble.